MATH5715 Harmonic Analysis

MATH5715 is a Honours and Postgraduate Coursework Mathematics course. See the course overview below.

Units of credit: 6

Cycle of offering: Variable - next offered T3 2021.  

Graduate attributes: The course will enhance your research, inquiry and analytical thinking abilities.

More information: 

This recent course handout (pdf) contains information about course objectives, assessment, course materials and the syllabus.  (NB: Course outline will be provided by Orientation week before Term 3 starts).

The Online Handbook entry contains information about the course. (The timetable is only up-to-date if the course is being offered this year.)

If you are currently enrolled in MATH5715, you can log into UNSW Moodle for this course.

Course Overview

Harmonic analysis is the study of functions and measures defined on topological groups (such as the real numbers, the integers or the unit circle). Topics will be chosen from convergence of Fourier series, maximal functions, Fourier transforms, analysis on locally compact abelian groups, characters and dual groups, connections to differential equations and Banach algebras.